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let the cat out of the bag

to tell people secret information, often without intending toRevealing secrets and becoming known
Translations of “let the cat out of the bag”
in Chinese (Traditional) 無意中泄秘,說漏嘴…
in Russian проговориться…
in Turkish bir sırrı ağzından kaçırmak, ifşa etmek, baklayı ağzından çıkarmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 无意中泄秘,说漏嘴…
in Polish wygadać się…
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